Sapphire Twig Studs by MikaScott on Etsy

Sapphire Twig Studs by MikaScott on Etsy
  • Sapphire Twig Studs by MikaScott on Etsy
  • Sapphire Twig Studs by MikaScott on Etsy
We cast these solid silver ear studs from small segments of branches gathered from the large natural parks around Berlin. The studs are designed to be worn as a mis-matchhing set, though we can make you a pair of either one if you prefer. They are set with deep blue, natural sapphires, though if you would like another kind of stone then send us a message through our Etsy page and we will let you know what we can do.
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